[Serusers] Problems running CVS STABLE

Markos Vakondios mvak at intracom.gr
Thu Sep 2 05:58:48 UTC 2004


There should be something wrong with the cvs checkout. I checked out both  
stable and unstable versions yesterday which compiled and run ok. What  
stanges me is that if the checkout was incorrect why the built completed  
successfully? Did anything change between 30/08/2004 and 31/08/2004? I  
dont think so.... Anyway it builds and runs fine now. Concerning the  
config file I tryied th e bad checkout with the original (simple) ser  
config file.

Thanks for the help,


Markos


On Wed, 1 Sep 2004 19:45:32 +0200, Andrei Pelinescu-Onciul  
<pelinescu-onciul at fokus.fraunhofer.de> wrote:

> On Aug 30, 2004 at 15:39, Markos Vakondios <mvak at intracom.gr> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I downloaded the stable cvs versions a couple of days ago but I haven't
>> been able to make run yet. I have compiled with both bison and yacc as  
>> it
>> mentioned in a previous post but no luck, even in different PCs.
>> I am running SuSE 9, SER compiles with warnings about .d files all along
>> but the build succeeds. Nevertheless, when I try to start it I get the
>> following output:
>
> The *.d files warning are normal: the first time you compile there are no
> dependecies built. Next time you compile you shouldn't get anymore *.d
> warnings.
>>
>>
> [...]
>>  0(2363) DEBUG: register_fifo_cmd: new command (arg) registered
>>  0(2363) DEBUG: register_fifo_cmd: new command (which) registered
>>  0(2363) DEBUG: register_fifo_cmd: new command (ps) registered
>>  0(2363) DEBUG: register_fifo_cmd: new command (kill) registered
>> debug=1
>>  0(2363) parse error (1,3-5): parse error
> This means parse error on line 1, columns 3-5.
>> fk=
>> log_stderr=
>> check_via=
>> dns=
>> rev_dns=
>
> This is really strange: ser never prints its config file.
>
> [...]
>>
>> ERROR: bad config file (1 errors)
>>  0(2363) shm_mem_destroy
>>  0(2363) destroying the shared memory lock
>>
>> Why does it output the config file?And why is it corrupted? Please  
>> help...
>
> How do you start ser? Could you send the config file?
>
>
> Andrei



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